truth in politics
Opinion

The Real Truth About Executive Order 13603

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last decade, you’ve probably heard a ton of news reports and people talking about Presidential executive orders, especially executive order 13603, signed by Barack Obama in 2012. But what is an executive order (EO) and is it different than a law? How often do executive orders happen? And if an executive…

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What I Did to Prep This Week

What I Did To Prep This Week – Week 47: June 2nd – June 8th 2019

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Hello Pack. It has been a super productive and mostly sunny week here on our survival homestead. Our awesome new chicken, duck, and guinea coop is now finally complete. We turned two freebie rabbit hutches – after we removed the skeletal remains of the rabbits that had been it and thoroughly disinfected it. The young flock members we hatched and…

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Survival

How to Survive Fires and Wildfires like a Firefighter

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Have you thought about what you will do when you can’t call the fire department during a long-term disaster? If not, you are among a high percentage of preppers who have neglected to work this fire preparedness into their survival plan. As preppers, we know calling 911 will not be an option during a SHTF situation, so we plan to…

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my bug out garden
Survival

Product Launch: My Bug Out Garden

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Hello Pack, over the past few months, Tara, Rebekah White (you may have read her gardening articles on Survival Sullivan), and I have been working on a container gardening e-course for preppers, with a focus on portability. You can access the presentation page here to learn more… But don’t hit the buy button just yet! Because if you’re a member…

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Self-Defense, Survival

How to Escape Being Followed

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We have all seen the scenario play out in movies: our protagonist, perhaps an everyman or maybe a trained agent of espionage is walking down a busy street or hanging around in a bar or café. He notices the furtive, sidelong glances being directed his way by someone trying way too hard to be inconspicuous. Our hero pays his tab…

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Opinion

Memorial Day 2019

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Memorial Day weekend is finally upon us. The unofficial start to summer is always filled with BBQs, gatherings of family and friends, adult beverages, and outdoor fun. While all of that is fine, “Decoration Day” as my grandmother always called it, should be about so much more than frollicking in the sun. It has to be, if our republic has…

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